Nutrition Super Foods What's New In...

Raw Garlic’s Many Health Benefits

Garlic (Allium sativum L.)  is part of the lily family and it’s medicinal use dates back to 4000 BCE.  It grows well in nearly every climate, so it is known throughout the world.   Hippocrates, the founder of western medicine, used garlic in some cancer treatments.   In ancient Egypt garlic was valued as a general health […]

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Raw Food Recipe: Truly Raw Chocolate Bar

Chocolate!   It’s estimated that the average American eats 4.5 kilos per year and the average Swiss 9.5! I personally was never a big fan of chocolate, at least until I started experiencing pure raw cacao.   I think the reason is that “normal” chocolate has literally been cooked to death.  To make a typical chocolate bar, […]

Book Reviews What's New In...

Book Review: “The Biology of Belief” by Bruce Lipton – and Beyond

In 2005 cell biologist Bruce Lipton published “The Biology of Belief.,” and since has attracted a good deal of attention in the natural health and healing world. For anyone who has read classic self help books like “As a Man Thinketh”, by James Allen or seen films like “The Secret” the underlying idea of Lipton’s […]

Natural Remedies What's New In...

Effective Home Remedies for Headaches

About 10 years ago now, I started eating a diet based exclusively on raw vegetarian food.  Since that time, it’s rare that I get a headache.  But once and a while I still do.  Here are effective remedies I’ve used to eliminate them. 1.  Drink Extra Water Dehydration is a common trigger for cluster, tension […]

Wisdom Bites

Widsom Bite #1: Alan Watts on Seeking

“Just as no one in his senses would look for the morning news in a dictionary, no one should use speaking and thinking to find out what cannot be spoken or thought.” –Alan Watts

Nutrition Raw Food Vegetarianism What's New In...

Beyond M.K. Gandhi on Vegetarianism

I arrived in Singapore on Sunday, which happens to be market night in Little India.  Set within an sea of ultra modern buildings, super high-tech and non-stop advertising, Little India is one of the few places in the city which still has some character.   That’s even more true during the Sunday night market.  I took […]